Other Origin(s):Hebrew, Russian
Meaning:Small flame; Ardent; Priest
Kagan is a form of the masculine Irish name Keegan and offers a studly name for your little one. If you know there’s a fire in baby, then Kagan’s meanings of “small flame” and “ardent” will complement baby’s determined nature. Kagan also has roots in Russian, deriving from the Hebrew surname Kohen/Cohen, an occupational name for priests. The reverent essence of Kagan rings nicely if you wish to welcome baby to your religion. An appellation worthy of a fiery soul, Kagan may instill baby with the confidence to be their radiant selves.
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